Unemployed (Former Employee) – Easton hospital – October 18, 2016
I advice anyone that applies here for a job not to bother. Management has there favorites no room for advancement. There are to many clicks. Managers don't act like managers they act like your friend. If you have pull in the company you will move up. If your not in there you are out of a job. The managers works you like a dog and the others in the department as there friends while you work they gossip.
Management needs to grow up and act like management and stop with favortism
Good place to work that challenges your skills and abilities
Manager (Former Employee) – Roseville, CA – September 10, 2016
The health care at this institution is always moving forward. I was able to learn and teach at the same time. My advice to those looking for an opportunity to use there training and possible advancement to apply
Recruiting Manager (Former Employee) – Amherst, NY – November 14, 2016
Worked at SHC for a little less than a year. Fun environment to work in as people are generally nice, however can be very "clicky." Lots of incentives with free food and lunches teams hit their placement goals. Training is however all over the place. Different people in management will suggest often different yet contradictory paths to success. Favoritism runs rampant in this building. Starting pay is 12.00/hour and drops to 10.00 after 6 months.
With that that being said, the opportunity to make money is there however, may take a year and a half of nose-to-the-grindstone recruiting to get there with inconsistent pay.
Environment, People, contests, healthcare
High pressure, inconsistent training, lackluster leadership in management.
Recruitment Coordinator (Current Employee) – Buffalo, NY – August 11, 2016
It feels good to work for a company you believe in. You are given the tools and resources to be successful. The negative reviews on here are by people who expect to be handed success. There is a position here for people of all walks of life & skill sets. There are a lot of incentives to do well here. Work hard, play hard! It is also empowering to see so many females in management & senior leadership.
PHYSICAL THERAPIST ASSISTANT (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – November 21, 2016
Loved working with the Joy and A'isha in Tulsa, OK. Both were super friendly, helpful, and easy to work with. The only big negative were the benefits. If your hours dropped below full-time qualification, your benefits dropped too. And working as a contract employee, I was never guaranteed full-time hours. But I could make my own schedule, I had the opportunity to travel around the central Oklahoma area to different facilities, and I met lots of wonderful therapists in the process. I ended up accepting a full-time position through another facility so I could have dental insurance and guaranteed pay every two weeks.
Recruiter (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – September 22, 2016
The company was bought out in the beginning of 2016 which led to the entire senior management team quitting without notice. After that happened, no one works as a team and the culture of the company has changed.
Recruiting Manager (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – January 12, 2016
The average day consisted of creating job postings, calling medical professionals to follow up and recruit new talent and creating submission packets for the nurses. This was the best management team i have ever worked for. From the upper management we always had guidance and reinforcement and my divisional manager was one of the best managers i have ever worked for. The office staff was great, even though the recruiters are sharks they would always help you if you needed it. The hardest part of the day was finding enough time to do everything during your shift, though management let you have overtime. The best part of the job was the team of people you worked with and the office culture that the president created. It was a great place to work and has been voted one of the best offices to work in Buffalo
RN, BSN (Former Employee) – CT – November 28, 2016
I've worked with a few staffing companies and am not impressed with Supplemental. The recruiter was very fake and particularly aggressive and made promises and offers that just seemed way too good to be true - and in the end they were, in fact, untrue. The hourly pay rate changed after I had verbally committed to a contract ( and turned down other offers ), the work hours changed as well when I started the contract. I worked 1 13 week contract with Supplemental and have moved on to a different company - there are a ton of staffing agencies out there - there's no need to work for one that operates like that.
at least Supplemental has many other competitors for your business - try someone else :)
Recruiting Coordinator (Current Employee) – Livonia, MI – August 2, 2016
Great company to work for if you are in the office or in the field! The Staffing Managers are very professional and thorough in placing the right candidate to the right client. They try to match your preferences for shift, location and facility type to get you your ideal position. The more flexible you are, the more opportunities that will be presented to you! Plus, the office is always accessible for their employees with 24 hour on-call service.
They also have a great referral program. You can refer a therapist or nurse and you get a dollar for every hour they work. You can refer as many people as you want. It's a great way to earn some extra money!
They offer benefits, 401(k), and PTO just like any FT job, but you have the chance to work in all different settings instead of being stuck in one place. They are also flexible with your schedule, so you can easily make time for family.
As a part of this team in the office, I see the staff all work diligently to provide all these great things to their employees. I'm proud to be a part of this team!
OTR (Former Employee) – Colorado and Idaho – November 25, 2016
As an entry-level therapist I posted my resume online and was swarmed with job offers from recruiters. Eventually I learned that some recruiters did not have my best interests in mind. Supplemental Health Care was a God send. Megan helped me navigate the new and confusing world of occupational therapy travel positions. Even after I signed with a different company, Supplemental continued to support me, offer me advice, and touched base periodically. I cannot say enough positive things about the values and ethics of this company. I would recommend Megan personally if you are interested in a trustworthy recruiter (email: email@example.com). Best of luck everyone!
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – New York State – May 20, 2016
I took an assignment through Supplemental and was so sorry I did! They do not care about the nurses, nor did the facility I was placed in. I was floated to units outside of my contract and when I contacted my recruiter about it I was always told the same thing, I'm working on getting an answer from my contact at the facility, but never could get any resolve. The communication was sub par at best, nobody ever knew what was going on. The recruiters lie to you about your contract, they tell you one thing and the facility another. This was my first travel assignment and it left a horrible impression. I trusted my recruiter and my contract and what a mistake. What I do know is that I will not only never take any kind of assignment from this company but I would under no circumstances recommend anybody to do so either. If you're looking for a travel contract, STAY AWAY from Supplemental!
Home Health Nurse (Former Employee) – North Charleston, SC 29405 – September 25, 2016
Coordinator never signed me up for benefits, and I developed a life-threatening illness. I called/texted inquiring about benefits, but I was consistently told my 45 days had not been fulfilled long after they had.
RN (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – December 26, 2016
Inexperienced, condescending recruiters that lie to get you to sign up then suddenly can't find hours in your specialty. I've worked for over 20 years as a temp and travel nurse and this company by far is the worst. Wanted to take a travel assignment but had to get "permission" from the recruiter that I originally signed up with. I've never heard of anything so ridiculous. I've moved on to better things. This is a heads up for those of you thinking of joining the Phoenix branch.
Team Member (Current Employee) – Michigan – May 18, 2016
After spending years working for a large Fortune 500 company, I was nervous about working for a smaller company. I have zero regrets! It's exciting to be part of a great team and see all the potential we have for greatness! They are extremely flexible and encourage us to have a work/life balance. They are always open to feedback on current processes and make changes when they can. It's nice to know your opinion matters and it's even nicer to then see a change be made based on your ideas!
Flexible schedule, lots of team participation opportunities.
Technology needs some improvement, but they listened to our requests and are working hard on improving them!
Occupational Therapist (Former Employee) – Tawas city Michigan – August 13, 2016
Supplemental is okay, but they need to research the environment of the placement better. The site has a long standing history of being a bad place to work with 100% turn over. Very unhealthy work culture. Do not recommend any therapist go to work there.
RN Case manager for Wake Med Home Health (Current Employee) – Raleigh, NC – July 21, 2016
The staff is very insightful to their employee's needs and desires. The team function as a advocate for its employees and are willing to address any concerns or questions when discussing a possible employment opportunity.
great salary range
some difficulty with making sure time sheets are processed from the employer to the agency.